As someone who has been reformed for several years now, but only very recently dived into Puritanism and the vast collection of associated works, I've noticed a few things. 1. That Christendom seems to be suffering attacks internally rather than simply an external war. Denominations are imploding with social justice, refutation of Biblical Innerancy, acceptance of sin as righteousness and evil as good and much more. 2. That Christendom broader is suffering from a seemingly "existentialism crisis", where things like the battle between orthodoxy and modernism/WoF movements are taking place. 3. That within the circles of those that would label themselves Reformed, there is a pulling away from a liberalized perspective to a more foundational and rooted system, one of which can be found within the Puritans. 4. Taking into consideration all of the above points, combined with the copious amount of work leading to the publishing of volume sand volumes of Puritan works, resources, commentaries, etc. It seems as though the church is looking to pull one of two ways, to deeper and more grounded faith, a practical faith like that of the Puritans; head, heart, and hands. Yet, the second choice seems to be a sweeping liberal acceptance philosophy and idealogical premise that Contradicts Scripture and foundational belief systems that are well established and just as applicable today as ever. Would it be wise to surmise that because of the cultural shifting we are experiencing within even reformed circles, that has infiltrated seemingly every facet of the church; that those looking to hold fast to Christ are awakening and looking to those who stood in similar places as we now stand. Though separated by particular conditions and time periods, it seems that the cry is the same. The Reformed church, can and must be, Reformed.